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Tuesday, November 11, 2003   |    Birthday Cards to Celebrities

Moore, Demi

November 11, 1962 | Demi Moore | sugar momma

Dear Ms. Moore,

I love you. A lot. Seriously. A lot. I have a life-sized picture of you from the cover of Vanity Fair hanging over my bed. You are an inspiration to pregnant women like me everywhere. When G.I. Jane came out, I shaved my head. When Indecent Proposal came out, I slept with a guy that wasn’t my husband. I do that a lot though.

Hey, question: Is it “De-MEE” or “DEH-me”? I’ve been saying it the first way, but if I’m wrong I’ll change. Also, is it “Ca-RIB-ean” or “Ca-ri-BEE-an”? I’ve been saying it the first way also.

Happy 41st!

Geoff Wolinetz